The elite search and rescue team split into two groups working 12-hour shifts.
Eight Aggies recount how they did their part in a time of crisis.
A Texas A&M professor who interviewed former military personnel says civilians would benefit from hearing veterans’ stories.
Kem Bennett saw the Texas A&M facility’s training put to the test on Sept. 11, 2001, when Texas Task Force 1 was dispatched to Ground Zero to help with rescue and recovery.
The joint burial of two 1,500-year-old skeletons offers a look into attitudes toward love and the afterlife during China's North Wei Dynasty, a Texas A&M expert says.
The collection of former engineering professor and cartoonist Jim Earle included the gun that killed Billy the Kid and its record $6 million price tag.
Advice from a Texas A&M expert on how to smooth the transition.
Texas A&M research found participants who watched a running shoe commercial with background music had a higher emotional response.
A Texas A&M sport psychology expert shares his perspective.
A Texas A&M rhetoric expert says America's public sphere is broken because propaganda has replaced political communication.